CHARLENE White has revealed that she and Sue Cleaver were forced to strip naked in front of Boy George and Jill Scott.
Talking to her co-stars, Charlene told how she struggled to get clean after a trial and was left with no choice but to get completely naked.
Sue was in the same boat so stripped off too – while Boy George and Jill tried to protect their modesty.
她解释: “After Sue and I did that leadership challenge and we got covered in offal, you have no idea the cracks and crevices offal can get into.
“We got back to camp and Boy George and Jill immediately ran down to the shower and said we’ll hold the towels for you so no one can see you when you are showering.
“They didn’t show the shower bit thankfully because we didn’t want the camera ops to see us naked, we didn’t want other people in the camp to see us naked.
“So Boy George and Jill both held up towels for us and we were trying to wash everything out with our bikinis on and then realised that wasn’t going to work because the bikinis were full of offal, so we went naked.”
Charlene added: “I have seen all of Sue’s bits, she’s seen all of mine, as have Boy George and Jill.”
Charlene, 42, was the first person to leave the jungle this year and has enjoyed spending time in Australia before being reunited with her children yesterday.
She was overjoyed to be reunited with her daughter Florence, three and son Alfie, 五, after the youngsters returned home from school.
She posted a shot of herself hugging her offspring and smiling happily while standing in the kitchen of her South London home.
Charlene captioned the sweet snap: “Missed these hugs maaaaaaan. Missed these two so much ❤️❤️. The school run was quite something this afternoon, they’ve both grown so much 🥰.”
She then thanked her TV producer partner Andy Woodfield for carrying the load in the UK while she went down under.
Charlene spoke openly about how much she missed her kids while in the jungle and broke down on several occasions because of it.
On the first night, 她 cried herself to sleep as she missed her little ones, having already been separated from them while she was in quarantine after arriving in Oz.